Quantum Hi-TECH 12500 Mah Power Bank Review

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Price: ₹ 1,999

Key Specs

    Capacity: 12500 mAh
    Input: DC 5V/2A (MAX)
    Output: DC 5V/2A (MAX)
    Life Cycle: > 500times
    Operation: Plug & Play
    Battery Type: Li-ion A Grade

Pros: Solid body, Three USB power outputs, 10W output, BIS Certified

Cons: Expensive

Bottomline: Quantum Hi-TECH 12500Mah Power Bank has the good battery capacity that can easily charge up to three devices in one go. Three USB ports enable you to charge multiple devices simultaneously, but it comes at a higher price.

Quantum doesn’t require any introduction, it’s a well-known name for computer and smartphone accessories. Recently they announced its new ‘Make in India’ power bank with a battery capacity of 12500mAh.

Design & Features

Having the solid body, it gets a rubberised finish offering good grip. It features three USB power outputs and integrated LED indicator for the battery status.

The Lithium-ion battery comes with a 10W output. The power bank offers a maximum output of 5V-2A. The company claims that the power bank can support more than 500 times of charge/discharge cycles.

The QHMPL power bank is BIS Certified and has a multitude of advanced safety features – short circuit protection, over-charge protection, over discharge protection and over voltage protection, to assure user and device safety at all times.

Performance

The power bank takes more than 5 hours to be fully charged and once ready it can charge 3 to 4 devices. The triple USB ports allow you to charge three devices simultaneously. During our test, we were able to charge 3 devices, OnePlus 6 (3300 mAh), Honor 9i (3000 mAh), and HTC Desire 12+ (2965 mAh) from completely drained to 100 percent battery. The power bank offers more than 80 percent conversion rate.

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